Jeju is an island of the "three factors in abundance": wind, women, and rocks; and an island of the "three factors lacking": beggars, thieves, and locked gates.
Jeju island was formed from the volcanic remains of Halla-san. The evolution of the native citizens has maintained the delicate balance amongst nature and human development for centuries; however, this is now threatened.
Globalization and waste production have littered the once pristine isle. As the "Hawaii" of Korea, Jeju-do, needs our help to preserve its resources, and maintain its idyllic stature.